Guided Hiking Tours

We offer both full day and half day tours.
1/2 day tour is 4 hours $80.
Full day tour is 6 hours $125.

Our professionally guided hiking tours are for groups of 2-6 people. Transportation to and from Sooke is included. Victoria pickup and return is available for $80. For those who are hiking the West Coast Trail or Juan de Fuca trail we offer transportation to and from Port Renfrew. Gourmet lunches are available for $15 on all hikes. Please contact us for information on our overnight hiking tours.

Aylard Farm

Aylard Farm

East Sooke Park - 1/2 day or full day tours are available here. The hike starts in a beautiful homestead and continues along oceanside rock bluffs and pebble beaches. It is also possible to start this tour at Iron Mine Bay (a good option in the busy summer months).

Mt Quimper

Mt Quimper

Sooke - Moderate difficulty. Full Day tour. From the trailhead, we hike to the top of Mt Manuel Quimper. The trail leads us through a lush Douglas Fir and Arbutus forest. Amazing 360 degree view of the Sooke Basin and Juan De Fuca Straight, with the Olympic mountains in the background. This is a great place to enjoy an awesome lunch before the descent back to the parking lot.

Sandcut Beach

Sandcut Beach

Juan De Fuca Park - 1/2 day tour. A 30 minute drive from Sooke takes us to the Sand Cut Beach Trailhead. After a 10 minute walk through an old growth forest, we arrive on Sand Cut beach where it is possible to walk for hours (at low tide) along the beach. This is a 1/2 day hike or can be a full day when combined with China Beach.

China Beach

China Beach

Juan De Fuca - 1/2 or full day tour. A 35 minute drive from Sooke brings us to the China Beach Trailhead. A 10 minute hike through an old growth Sitka Spruce forest leads us to China Beach. Here we can explore the beautiful sandy beach. Gourmet lunches are available on all hikes for $15.

Mystic Beach

Mystic Beach

Juan De Fuca - Full day tour. We arrive at the Mystic Beach trailhead after a 35 minute drive from Sooke. A 45 minute (each way) hike brings us to Mystic Beach. The name says it all.... We will spend an hour exploring the beach and enjoying lunch. On the way back from Mystic Beach we can make a stop over at China beach making this an incredible full day experience.

Pacheedaht Beach

Pacheedaht Beach

Juan De Fuca - Full day tour. It's an hour and 20 minute drive from Sooke to Pacheedaht beach. This beautiful beach is the longest sandy beach in the area. It boasts amazing gigantic water worn trees as driftwood and is about 3 klms long. It has a similar feel to Long beach in Tofino and I highly recommend visiting this amazing and underrated beach.

Sombrio Beach

Sombrio Beach

Juan De Fuca - Full day hike. It is a one hour drive to the trailhead from Sooke. This is a popular surf destination. The hike is an easy 15 minute walk to the beach. This beach is well known for its smooth sandstone formations. Here we can explore the amazing waterfalls and the secret corners of this area. Gourmet lunches are available on all hikes upon request.

Botanical Beach

Botanical Beach

Port Renfrew - The drive to the trailhead is 1 hour 20 minutes and worth every minute. Botanical beach is world renowned for its unique tidal pools and rock formations. The hike is an easy 20 minutes to the beach. This excursion can include an option to explore historic Port Renfrew.

Chin Beach

Chin Beach

Juan De Fuca - This is a full day hike. Go where only the locals know! After a 50 minute drive from Sooke, we arrive at the unmarked Chin Beach trailhead. We hike through an old growth cedar forest filled with ferns and moss. The hike is approximately 1.5 hours each way with some steep sections. Chin beach is rarely visited and has incredible features such as rock arches and sandy beaches. A great place to enjoy an ocean front lunch. This hike is best when timed with a low tide.

Bear Beach

Bear Beach

Beautiful Bear beach is located on the Juan De Fuca trail - Full day tour. A 45 minute drive brings us to the Bear beach trailhead. Here we leave the highway on an unmarked 45 minute moderate hike down to Bear beach. This access is the shortest way in to Bear beach, and is not shown on park maps. At the beach we have plenty of time to explore the area and enjoy a gourmet lunch.